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11 Jun

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This alert gives notice of recent robberies that have occurred in the 011th District. In these incidents, the offender approached victims and, after displaying a black handgun, racks its slide.

11 June 2017 Armed Robberies (P17-N-138) 11th Dist CA

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11 Jun
This alert gives notice to citizens residing in the 11th District (Harrison) of recent residential burglaries that have occurred on Beat 1111 and Beat 1113 during the end of May through beginning of June. In these incidents, the unknown offender(s) made entry into the residences taking property from within. For More Information Click Here
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1 Jun

This alert gives notice to businesses of an aggravated battery to a taxi cab driver which occurred in the 11th District (Harrison) on May 31, 2017 on the 700 block of N. Avers at approximately 1:02 a.m. During this incident, the offender contacted a cab company and requested a cab.  As the driver waited at the location for the fare the unknown offender approached and shot the driver.  For more information click here.

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1 Jun
This alert gives notice to citizens residing in the 8th District (Chicago Lawn) of burglary incidents which have occurred during the month of May. In these incidents, offender(s) gain entry into a residence through a door and take property from therein.
Incident Times and Locations:
•6900 Block of S. Maplewood Ave., on May 21, 2017 at approximately 8:59 p.m.
•6900 Block of S. Maplewood Ave., on May 26, 2017 at approximately 10:00 a.m.
•6900 Block of S. Maplewood Ave., on May 28, 2017 at approximately 8:00 a.m.
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25 May
During the Memorial Day Holiday weekend of May 2017, the Chicago Police Department will be partnering with the Illinois Department of Transportation, the Illinois State Police, and other law enforcement agencies throughout Illinois, in support of the “Click It or Ticket Campaign.” For More Information Click Here
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17 May
CHICAGO – CPD Superintendent Eddie Johnson addressed community members and police officers today to announce the Department’s new set of use of force policies, which emphasizes sanctity of life, de-escalation and accountability. The new set of policies is based off of feedback from two public comment periods, numerous community meetings and officer and supervisor focus groups. The policies provide clear direction for officers when the use of force is permitted and the Department will engage in an accelerated training schedule to ensure that every officer has the comprehensive training and support necessary to implement the policy.
“CPD’s new use of force policy represents a major step forward for the Department, reflecting national best practices and input from officers and the community to truly be called a policy created by Chicagoans for Chicagoans,” said Superintendent Johnson. “It is among the first examples of what I consider to be the vital partnership we need in our city where officers and residents work together to shape how we make our streets safer.” For More Information Click Here
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